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Boy raises £500,000 by sleeping in a tent for a year

Boy raises £500,000 by sleeping in a tent for a year

Boy raises £500,000 by sleeping in a tent for a year

29 March 2021

Max Woosey started his adventure on March 28 last year to raise money for a hospice which looked after family friend Rick Abbott.


Deliveroo lowers London float price to bottom of target range

Deliveroo lowers London float price to bottom of target range

Deliveroo lowers London float price to bottom of target range

29 March 2021

It comes after a week in which a raft of leading fund managers said they will reject the listing.


Snack-munching poker players to run six marathons each for cancer charity

Snack-munching poker players to run six marathons each for cancer charity

Snack-munching poker players to run six marathons each for cancer charity

29 March 2021

The seven friends, who call themselves The House of Snacks, plan to run a marathon each from January to June.


Entain knocked back in bid for Australian Tabcorp

Entain knocked back in bid for Australian Tabcorp

Entain knocked back in bid for Australian Tabcorp

29 March 2021

Tabcorp valued their wagering and media business at three billion Australian dollars.


Tee time comes early as golf club reopens doors post-Covid lockdown

Tee time comes early as golf club reopens doors post-Covid lockdown

Tee time comes early as golf club reopens doors post-Covid lockdown

29 March 2021

The idea for the nocturnal tee-off was made ‘on a whim’, the club manager said.


Belfast’s SSE Arena opens as mass vaccination centre

Belfast’s SSE Arena opens as mass vaccination centre

Belfast’s SSE Arena opens as mass vaccination centre

29 March 2021

The indoor concert and sports venue will have the capacity to vaccinate 40,000 people a week.


What the papers say – March 29

What the papers say – March 29

What the papers say – March 29

29 March 2021

The reintroduction of the rule of six features in many papers.


Covid restrictions: What am I allowed to do in England from Monday?

Covid restrictions: What am I allowed to do in England from Monday?

Covid restrictions: What am I allowed to do in England from Monday?

28 March 2021

What restrictions are being lifted and what people can now do.


Outdoor freedoms boosted in major easing of England’s coronavirus lockdown

Outdoor freedoms boosted in major easing of England’s coronavirus lockdown

Outdoor freedoms boosted in major easing of England’s coronavirus lockdown

28 March 2021

The PM is expected to urge the public to take personal responsibility by sticking to the restrictions.


Police chief warns of race crisis tarnishing effectiveness of policing

Police chief warns of race crisis tarnishing effectiveness of policing

Police chief warns of race crisis tarnishing effectiveness of policing

28 March 2021

NPCC chairman Martin Hewitt said trust and confidence in policing was 20% lower in the black population compared with the average.


Wetherspoon boss says vaccine passports would be ‘the last straw’ for pubs

Wetherspoon boss says vaccine passports would be ‘the last straw’ for pubs

Wetherspoon boss says vaccine passports would be ‘the last straw’ for pubs

28 March 2021

Culture Secretary Oliver Dowden argued on Sunday that vaccine passports will not be introduced on a ‘permanent basis’.


Cuts to addiction services ‘could condemn young people to life of dependence’

Cuts to addiction services ‘could condemn young people to life of dependence’

Cuts to addiction services ‘could condemn young people to life of dependence’

28 March 2021

The Royal College of Psychiatrists reports that consistent budget cuts have left young people with no route to help for addiction.


Woman with leukaemia appeals for stem cell donors to offer a ‘second chance’

Woman with leukaemia appeals for stem cell donors to offer a ‘second chance’

Woman with leukaemia appeals for stem cell donors to offer a ‘second chance’

28 March 2021

Charity DKMS launched the appeal after the pandemic caused a decline in numbers signing up.


Man creates Suez Canal video game to capture ‘gargantuan’ task of freeing boat

Man creates Suez Canal video game to capture ‘gargantuan’ task of freeing boat

Man creates Suez Canal video game to capture ‘gargantuan’ task of freeing boat

28 March 2021

Twitter user Eric Wilder created a game that lets users try to free the Ever Given boat from the Suez Canal.


More than 30 million people in UK receive first dose of Covid-19 vaccine

More than 30 million people in UK receive first dose of Covid-19 vaccine

More than 30 million people in UK receive first dose of Covid-19 vaccine

28 March 2021

Some 3.5 million people have had their second doses.


Ashley Cain’s appeal for daughter’s cancer treatment reaches £1 million target

Ashley Cain’s appeal for daughter’s cancer treatment reaches £1 million target

Ashley Cain’s appeal for daughter’s cancer treatment reaches £1 million target

28 March 2021

Reality tv stars Molly-Mae Hague and Maura Higgins were among those to donate.


Hauliers arriving in England to be tested for coronavirus

Hauliers arriving in England to be tested for coronavirus

Hauliers arriving in England to be tested for coronavirus

28 March 2021

From April 6 drivers who are staying for more than two days will need to be tested within 48 hours of arriving.


Irish Government plays down prospect of imminent vaccine-sharing by UK

Irish Government plays down prospect of imminent vaccine-sharing by UK

Irish Government plays down prospect of imminent vaccine-sharing by UK

28 March 2021

Stormont First Minister Arlene Foster said she hopes the UK will be in a position to give vaccines to the Irish Republic.


Vaccine passports would never be introduced on permanent basis, minister says

Vaccine passports would never be introduced on permanent basis, minister says

Vaccine passports would never be introduced on permanent basis, minister says

28 March 2021

Tory backbenchers, publicans and scientists have raised concerns over the possible use of coronavirus health certificates.


More than £600,000 raised to help daughter of Ex On The Beach star

More than £600,000 raised to help daughter of Ex On The Beach star

More than £600,000 raised to help daughter of Ex On The Beach star

28 March 2021

Ashley Cain’s daughter Azaylia Diamond was diagnosed with an aggressive form of leukaemia.


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